The InnerVision Psychosocial Rehabilitation Service (PSR) is the core service from which all other services that the organization currently offers has emerged from. PSR at InnerVision is a daily service not a day program. This is an important distinction as day programs, typically are counter to best practices and tend to move individuals through structured treatment programming as cohorts/groups. InnerVision uses an individualized person–centered approach. As a result, the InnerVision PSR service is open on a daily basis, however each consumer enrolled in the service has his/own unique schedule that varies from semester to semester with some consumers coming to our PSR service for one – two hours per week while others (typically) come in 3-5 days per week depending on their course selections and their needs within the context of their personal recovery. Our PSR service is a therapeutic, warm, inviting, exciting and safe learning environment.At the InnerVision Psychosocial Rehabilitation Service; rehabilitation specialists and certified peer support specialist’s partner with consumers served as adult learners. This creates a recovery infused adult learning culture that mimics a college experience. Consumers engage in PSR services as “students “free from the stigma often associated with identity issues of being labeled as a “consumer”.Psycho- educational courses in community living, personal care, medication management, peer and natural support network development and social skills development are core classes in addition to pre-vocational career exploration offered in our PSR services. Courses are offered at varied times, varied sizes and varied languages to appeal to the diversity of learners served at InnerVision.InnerVision’s PSR service utilizes objective driven curriculums with clear course expectations. This enhances the learning experience for the consumer and accountabilities for staff/ facilitators. Additionally, courses have beginning and end dates and change every semester (six months). This has helped consumers and staff not to perceive enrollment in PSR services as an “end point” or as “indefinite”. This has contributed to a marked reduction in the average length of consumer enrollment (from an average of six years in 2006 compared to an average of two years in 2014).